[gephi-dev] [Dynamics API] question on "strong" snapshot
cezary.bartosiak at gmail.com
Thu Dec 9 20:17:26 CET 2010
In other words strong snapshots contain nodes/edges that "exist" only in the
> given time interval. They don't "appear" before and after that.
I don't mean that every time interval must be included in the given
interval. It is enough to overlap with it. Inclusion would be good for very
strong snapshots ;)
On 9 December 2010 11:13, Sébastien Heymann <sebastien.heymann at gephi.org>wrote:
> Okay it's clear now,
> 2010/12/9 Cezary Bartosiak <cezary.bartosiak at gmail.com>
>> It's simple. In case of a strong snapshot there are more restrictions.
>> Every node/edge has got its time interval column and probably a few values
>> in it. The difference between "normal" snapshots and strong ones lies in
>> checking for overlapping these values (time intervals) with a given time
>> interval (this one you pass in getStrongSnapshotGraph). In normal snapshots
>> it is enough if any of these time intervals overlaps with the given time
>> interval, whereas in strong snapshots every time interval has to overlap
>> with the given time interval. In other words strong snapshots contain
>> nodes/edges that "exist" only in the given time interval. They don't
>> "appear" before and after that.
>> On 6 December 2010 14:46, Sébastien Heymann <sebastien.heymann at gephi.org>wrote:
>>> Hi @all,
>>> Can someone explain me the concept of "strong" snapshop in the Dynamics
>>> I don't understand even with the Javadoc... Is it when a node/edge
>>> appears only inside the given time interval and never elsewhere, then is it
>>> part of the snapshot?
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